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Digital page images are linked to the text file. onuiDT3ine ncitesTbe Hartford Itepnbllean and toaarlll Commercial one year orI111Twlcitaweek CourierJournal 111 IxiuloIIlK DUpatch 1111 New York Trlbnnt lIotnand Knrni 1 Toledo Ohio Hurt 1111 HI Uuil MO UlntwHrmtHnit Iro New York TrUVwkly Trlliune 176 Mfinihu Tcnul IouinierclHlApiieal 136 Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORBAN OrlBErAaJr II lIE ptian 1 a year VOL XII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 27 1900 No 40 = u HUGHES TONIC Palatable Bottorthan CalomolQulnlno Tile Old Hollablo Excellent Gonoral Tonic as well as A Suro Curo for CHILLS and FEVER IT NEVER FAILS ==Just wlxatyou nood at this season MILD LAXATIVE NERVOUS SEDATIVE SPLENDID TONIC OC = C = =Guaranteed by DiuggUls Dont take any substitute SPC and ft Bottles 38 IPilDDf1iI a M L ilEA VRIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will praetk bin lroloa In nil tho eonrtnf OLIn ami ndjol Blair ru6utI III muTt fApenI- preII attention Klreli to rothrUon ERNEST WOODWARD ATFOKNEY AT LAW MrllrMlY UT Will praetkv hi profeMlon la nil the court ol Ohio roomy anil thwart ol AmMilii Prompt nod careful eonhWratloa jtlva nil liuvtam eatruibxl to him IndepeodeiilTcltfiiioM In office C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW noirioiio KY Will practk hi profmJoti In all th ennrt ol Ohio aid aitrulalaffcnaaUmaadtNivrtof Appeal Hnerlal attention KlTa to nIl baIuwmtttad to bItiirp onhv la to Atty oittre In rourthouae JOHN T BON- EATTORNEVAT LAW nTiiuov KY Will prartlr M pnifeuloa la nil lIMo court ol Ohio ami n4n4eItIiidirtof Appeal ri pilnl attention uleo In rnlleetloa P L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW IIARTrnilt HY Will prattle la lIMo covrt ot Ohio ronntT and road of Appeal Irnrapt atl atlon irlre to nil buiiaeai etmud lb hb enre tlltke In llernll building A C TAYLOR ATTORNEY AT LAW lUitTKOitn KY Siw4slattitIun irltM to all b tar eatnut xl to hi tar ontclnrourth Hn J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law hARTFORD KY WlllpnwtkvhlprofMulonln Ohio andadjoln Incronntle tiIal attention KHen to nil tnI DM otrutd to hi rare S P ROBY- I1TTORNBY AT LAW ronntviiit nrMTri4Y Will practice iim Irorn In all the eonrU ol Ohio nod ailjolnlnKninntlr andCoortol Appeal NperlAl attention jrlven to colletlion JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW itAitTrnui KT Hperlal attention rtren to all busluca entrnit ed to hi cole tHat In coarthoniie SHELBY TAYLOR ATTOUJWSY AT LAW HARriORD KY Will pritctlm hk profmilon In nil the ronrtot Ohio and adJolulflK eonntle nuil Conrt i t Appeal Hperlal attention ulien to all aMlnmeuU In bankruptcy CM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will prattle hi proemlon In nil the court of Ohio and adjoining rountlm Hpnlal attention will be tlTen to nil bnnlnm ntruttd to his earn Collection a pellly JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to eolleetlon making aUntraet 4r nlno Notary Pnlillc for Ohio coon ty omen north Id pnullo square HARVEY W PRUDEN ATTOHNEY AT LAW IIAIITFOIID KY Will prattle hi profnulon In Ohio and ndjotn Ig luaU Ultkeln lIKruiiuctN lialMlnR E P NEA- LAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hi profnwlon In nil the eonrt of Kentucky attention given to collection settlement of decedent a wtnten road ella and criminal practice Httlce ap talm llrlflln block J S R WEDDING ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at LAWS HARTFORD KY Will practice hi profmilon In nil tho court of Ohio and adjoining countlm nod the Court ot Ap peal Prompt attention given to all bnlne entrusted to hint OBIco In IturunucAii building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAnxronn KY Will practice lIi4 profusion In the court of Ohio and adlolnlnnconntle Also Notary Public Southern Railway Through Eight lItSouthern HtaU- nKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA North CAROLINAGEOR GIA atm MISSISSIPPI 84M Mile Throe pallj vaIn Hetveen Lout flIeand LozingtonObcrYatiOn Chair Car Train learts arrlr from Hernth HIt Union Deiiot connecting with train of the- Uirois Centralnallngtd nnd K II k m L 1 It r For Information nddrf4 A WncDnx V A T AM ill 4th Ave LonhrU- Itfu II TiYLOK AuUtant 01 A LookUK WublalrtooW u u THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN FOUBIBCUNIBEISIUNALDlSlBICloSubscri NO REMKDY EQUALS PERUNA I 80 THE WOMEN ALLS A I Mlu Musan Wmar Mlii Huan Wymar teacher in the Richmond ihool Chicago III writes tho following loiter to Dr Ilartman re Onlythooknow what a Lleulng it U to bo ablo to nnJ relief In 1eruna ThU hu been my experience A friend In need Ia a friend Indeed and every bottle of Peru nllo I over bought proved a good friend to meHuIDn Wymor ru Margaretl Dauben 1211 North Superior St Ilaclrio City Will wrlteiiIe I feol ao wU and good and happy now that pen cannot dracrlbe It Poruna lot ovorythiin tome I have taken aarer complaintZatningood IVruna haa no equal in all of tb Irregularities and omergoneles pe collar to women cauied by polvlo catarrh 6 Addreai Dr Hartman Columbus 0 for a tree book for women only Excursion Rates to as Well as From tho East Tho Rock Island Springs aSur priso on tho Colorado Lines at Mooting The TransMissouri Committee of the Western Passenger Association is holding its annual meeting at the Btown Palace hotel A surprise was sprung on the Committee at the morn Ing session by General Passenger Agent Sebastian ol the Rock Island Beginning about June 20 the Rock Island will run tour excursions from Chicago St Louis Kansas City and Omaha to Colorado common points making a rate done rue plus 2 for the round trip and return limit of Oc tober 31St on the tickets These cx cursions will be lun as special excur sion trains and about the same dates return excursions will be run from Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo to the Eastern points the rome rate prevailing thus enabling Colorado people debiting to do so to make tour- Ist trips Hast during the stitumer with the same advantages granted Gastern totttists who conic WestDenver ColTimes April iC Tho Party of Prosperity and Plenty That which the Republican patty engages to do it invariably fulfils It is a party economic of promise but generous in redemption It lightens taxes pay debts fills the Treasury and maintains the public credit It Is in one word the party 01 construc tive invincible Americanism the par ty with the unerring instinct and fac ulty ot governing America for Americans On two occasions only within forty years have the American people refused to entrust its government to Republican hands The desire for change always present In free coun tries and overconfidence on the part ot Republican traders themselves may to a greit extent explain these temporary reverses suffered by the Republican party On both occasions the people were quick to realize and eager to correct their mistake During u HEADACHE is only a symptomnot a disease So are Backache Nervousness Dizziness and the Blues They all come from an unhealthy state of the men strual organs If you suffer symptomsifthe morning and wish you could lie In bed another hour or two if there is a bad taste in the mouth and no appetiteIf there is in the side back or abdomenBRADFIELDS- FEltALE REGULATOR will bring about a sure cure The doctor call your troubl some highsounding1 Latin name but never mind the name The trouble is in the menstrual organs and Bradfields Female Regulator will restore you to health regulate the menses like clockwOrk Sold br 4nn tu ori both A fix IUuMt4 book will U ull u cern Unquite aiUltil Ills BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATUBTA GA U I I I UIIII f the second Cleveland administration the gold fund in the Treasury became so low that 262000000 worth of bonds were sold to replenish it and save the Government from descending to a silver basis with all the conse quent National dishonor and private business disaster To keep gold in the Treasury a Democratic adminis tration was compelled to add the enor mous amount just mentioned to the public debt How diderent with the Republican administration now hap pily ruling the Nation I With the sole exception of the sale ol bonds necessi tated by the war with Spain the Republican patty has not had since its return to power In 1897 any difficulty In maintaining the volume ol gold in the public chest The fact Is that the gold fund on hand under the Republi I can regime has been at times so large I as to prove embarrassing to tbe Treas I ury officials In reply to a recent In I quity from the House concerning the Treasury Secretary Gage was happy to state that he expected at the close of the fiscal year June 30 next a sur plus of 70000000 and that for the next fiscal year ending June 30 1901 be looked for an excess of receipts over expenditures amounting on a- very conservative estimate to 82000 000 History thus repeats itself The Republican party found In l897 a Treasury depleted by Democratic de pression and retrogression a country under tbe shadow of industrial de pression and the bane of financial stringency Under the Republicans the stringency has been removed the depression dispelled Our industrial activity was never as greater as reran neratlve as today Our farmers re- Joice in abundant harvests and good prices Mortgages are being paid I with a celerity never before known Money is plentiful and cheap A feeling of security and confidence per vades the hnd America never before stood so well in tbe eyes of the world From a position of much misunder stood isolation ourcountry has come to the very front place in the family of nations and her civilization is certain under the wise and firm management of President McKinley ceitain of reelection in 1900 and a long line of Republican successors to do great things in the uplifting of humanity and the diffusion of happiness even to the remotest confines of a world too long enshrouded In darkness and repressed by tyranny Ciucinnatl Commercial Tribune OASTOnIA- Biu ItsItoKM You Han Atari Baijkt lJpt 1l of ri For six dollars we fler for one year three paper the combing price of which Is nine dollats The Morn- Ing Herald of Lexington The Kentucky Stock Farm and TUB REPUB LICAN peaPneumonia is one of the most dan gerous and fatal diseases It always results from a cold Chamberlains Cough Remedy will quickly cure a coM and perhaps prevent an attack of especlallvfamous for its curts over a large part oi the civilized world It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward pneu monia Can you afford to neglect your cold when so reliable a remedy can be had for a trifle For sale by Z Wayne GritllnBro m CASTORIAFor The Kind You Hava Always Bought y Bears the Signature of Tho Tale of a Cake An east end car was loaded down with shoppers mostly women for it was in the middle of the afternoon Conversation was proceeding at a great rate It was like a pink tea or a session of the sewing circle But all at once a hush fell over the air chatterers Anegro lad entered bear ing in his arms an immense cake three or four decks high and frosted over from pit to dome as they say of a theater There was a profusion of flowers by way of decoration and del Icate traceries of gauzy lace completed the embellishments The cake was do large that the negro could scarcely carry it- The cake told the whole ttoty of the wedding the bridesmaids the orange flowers the flower girls and the banquet afterward Evtry femi nine heart in that street car was a flutter as its owner gazed speechlessly upon the evidence of a wedding to be Finally when the car topped to let on another passenger and everything was very still one lady took courage to ask the negro where the wedding was going to be Whnt weddln asked the negro his eyes protruding The wedding that cake is for Dls aint no weddln cake I NoNom IThereone end of the car to the other and very soon conversation was resumed as beforeMemphls Scimitar GIB DIS NIGGER POSSUM I hr OlIO w Dofttonr iiigviLLit XT O I lab to bunt d coon When di noon am hlnln bright An I lob to catch ho tftb- rom de rlbber In di night An I lab a waUrnillllon- Wlwn d meat am rpenurnd- Au lt lifted from d patch Wbjn di white folk am In bed O I lob a rOod tat pullet Pat am taken from de perch When do owner ob dot blrteaiWoo athlnkln IM at church An I lob a motion chop An a beebteak too am fine An a par rib an a laldillln AD a meaty piece ob chlnel O I lab d yarn potater flat am mighty hard to beat When It roasted In de nhe An It yaller an Ita wert An I subs a pan ob pankln bread Wld ftuinr print on top When It dipped Into de irraby An ndrlppln aid do nopl 0 110101 all den IM menihnned An a lot more think bmlde lint lem tue tell you what am boo An what u nigger pride When do pokeberry an de Immon Ilab ripeuiyl from di bloMom An H fros er two hah fallen Den fib dlnlfrurr poiwnra WhyDewey Became a Candidate Walter Wellman in the Chicago TlmesIIerald under date of April 16 has the following to say about the wouldbe candidate for President The Dewey mystery is explained at last The real reason for the ad mirals sudden announcement of him self as a Presidential candidate and his bitter feeling toward President McKinley are cleared up by a discovery which was made yesterday Admiral Dewey himself furnished the clue to the explanation by complaining to his friends that President McKinley had unjustly deprived him of ten thousand dollars In the ad mirals opinion the President has robbed him The basis for this charge is the fact that President McKinley has been unable to pay Admiral Dewey the same compensation as that received by the civilian members of the late PhihippinecommissiontowittooooThe sum to the admiral but the law would not permit That section of the stat ute which says no one shall hold two offices ol trust and profit under the United States government where com pensfttlon exceeds 2500 was in the way and though the President tried to find a way around the statute neither he nor his law officers were able to do so and Admiral Dewey can not have his 10000 About a montir ago Admiral Dw ey called at the While House and asked President McKinley about com penf atloa for his services as a member of the Philippine commission The President told him he wanted to pay him the same sum as the other civilian members were to receive Admiral Dewey then volunteered to the PresI- dent the statement that in his opln Ion there was but one candidate for President in this country that there should be but one Mr McKinley You have earned a reelection and the people will give it to you the admiral said Dewey then went on to say that he had always been a Republican that he was originally a Republican on the slavery issue was afterward a Republican on protection then on the money question and was now a Republican on expansion He thanked the President for all past kindnesses and went away In a hap py frame of mind A few days later he started on a tour through the south When Dewey returned from his THE SICK ARE MADE WELL And the Weak are Ilrstortxl to Full Vigor and Strcnctli et thn Honda ortha Great stIIeaIerorahodoruTlwe yeaknpasArSIck parltlMT Are ncrroasj Va lack rio nj cttTtl ol ntnd and bnUlf Ara D uu lil imtltlon Ibro nor unnaltfrnl drain upon Ibo TBteroT It ererj oraui tunetionlerfrcliyhtronW happylthnnorWorany dtlIsuit a one to whom the human lody inopen book and under shod Terr of weak nen end dlMaM end to treatmentfortheaddlagotcoinrnof nrurca The Leading flATllAnAVlaitmntbeleadlnc conntrT llitprtcGpeolallttIc hiM been thitof all other rculii conjl Inrd UKcurrofalj Niru of dlMavetl condition tikTOtceo n IiifamebaThou anl IctedwIthRll manner cfdtpe ten htreuinirtit wholebytbemenL Wreck fit immunity come to him for laterLaveMm Uirlr thank All Diseases hJrhlnihaora7ireata alldlneMM lOflathVaricoocloBtrleture ritrlctnrowltboutthaaldofknif phenomenal Tbe patient I treated llhlrhoot at own home without tutn or lor liunlncw ThlltposItIvely tb which cure with out in operation DIrbWfrali the particular atten lion of ard Htrictur to page rl ZWO LinewhoctkwblchwUtleecOt ITatbawsySpecIally unnnc1altr1rdldb1tlnand all from raeIal of lu own rconiulLOWmailnl whenacare litaken the one low rrol1Ion1IoJ NEWTON HATHAWAY 510 DrnatliawayACo 309 Chord Struct NuhTlllo Te- MEMT10X TiltS TArCll WHEN VrUITllKl southern trip the first thing he heard at the office of the Secretary of the Navy was that the law would not per nit him to draw the 10000 com pens Ballon The admiral lost his temper lit went home livid with rage He J awore at the President in the most bitter way He paced the floor of his room exclaiming that President Mc Kinley had robbed him of his just dues had treated him like a log had t trumped up this legal obstacle for the t purpose of cheating and robbing him Incredible as it may appear these were his expressions He apparently could not find words vicious enough to express his feelings He declared he would have vengeance for his fan cled wrongs and in a day or two not jsnijj the people of the country but Admital Deweys most intimate friends were amazed and surprised at his announcement that he was a can didate for Eresident From that day to this the admiral has been complaining of McKinley and ol the administration in general end through his faultfinding the first Information concerning the matter leaked out Investigation in administration circles discloses the great unwilling ness to talk about the case at all ItI is not denied that the President re fused to pay Admiral Dewey the sum I which was paid to other members of the commission but President McKIn ley has Issued orders thrt notone word I be said about the affair by any of lila advisers I The President feels very sorry that Admiral Dewey has taken umbrage lover this incident and is not con singleIcensure or illwill It had been the hope ot the President that Admiral Dewey would after a time see the matter in a more reasonable light and would seek an explanation as to the facts In stead of letting the trouble get out to the newspapers President McKinley has a high regard for Admiral Dewey and is sincerely sorry that anything has occurred to mar the pleasant nature of their relations- A few days ago when the Chicago Dewey committee called at the White House President McKinley praised Admiral Dewey warmly as a man and an official though at that time the President knw Dewey had pelsonally denounced him and charged him with all manner of misconduct Now that Admiral Deweys anger has caused the 10000 case to become public property I have been able to secure from unexceptional sources the following statement of the facts When President McKinley told Admiral Dewey that he wanted to pay him the money and thought he had earned it the President believed a way could be found to do so without vio lating the jaw Having some doubt upon this score he asked three of his advisers to look up the statutes and report to him their opinions The President hoped that at least one of the three would find a loophole through which the Dewey payment might be made But all three reported that it could not be done A member of the cabinet advised the President to order the payment notwithstanding these opinions and trust to public opinion to endorse his action The President replied that he wouldbe very glad to do so but he conldnot reconcile his conscience to an open violation of the law The Comptroller of the Treasury was then appealed tp for an opinion this offi cial having the right to overrule the Secretary of the Treasury the ALLot ney General or even the President himself on a matter of this kind For the sake of secrecy the Comp troller was asked if an admiral or a generalof the army could receive offilclally replied that he could not It the Comptroller had tuled otherwise anI orJerlfor the payment to Dewey would h ivebcen made The last resource in the legal line having been exhausted some of the Presidents advisers suggested that a bill be sent to Congress asking author ity to pay this sum to Admiral Dewey and to Gen Otis the other military member of the commission This was under consideration when Admiral Dewey returned from his southern tourand learned that his payment had been held up Before the President and his advisers could r ach a decision as to what to do about asking Con gress for authority Admiral Deweys announcement of himself as a candi date for President was given to the publicThere I the matter rests If Ad mimI Dewey wants Congress to pass an act authorizing him to receive this money the President will be very glad to sign it and to order the money pahV C Send us six dollars and get chance to read Colonel Brecklnridges edlt6i rials in The Morning Herald of Lex ington all the horse news in The Kentucky Stock Farm and everything that happens in Ohio county in Tug REPUBLICAN I Reality and Poetry of War Modern Strife Bereft of thoI Romance of Other Days What do the war drums say asks Poet Frank T4 Stanton in the Phlla delplria Saturday Evening Post in the course of a stirring poem This query illustrates how war has changed and also how little the poets and Webster Davis know about war as it is now conducted Whet do the war drum toy When the regiments march away No doubt it will astonish the poet of the Post to learn that drums have been abolished for many years as a feature of regiments and war awayTo o the fray There are no longer any frays In war and the battles are not red but dust colored In the days of drums the soldiers rushed forward carrying fligs the drums rolling and often met with clubbed muskets and bayo nets thus making the fight seem red Webster Davis saw them fight this way on Spion Kop although the newspaper correspondents describe entirely different scene anI So tlo the war drama say Where the eworda an kern to clay I hut what ol the lifeMood that flla like dewT foryouAolKo da the war drum ray I There are no swords keen toslay I because the officers of the United States army and it is said of the British army leave them off in battle I and they never get close enough to the enemy to use swords anyhow With the troops lying prone on the ground or crawling forward on their bellies it is of course obvious that flags and banners cant be carried to say nothing ot the fact that they would disclose the position to the en emy and enable him to get the exact range Webster Davis saw a youth bear the Boer flag at the head of the Boers at Splon Kop as they vent over I the British entrenchments like an avalanche He probably heard the stirring roll ol the bass drumswhich- are no longer used ram1WbnThey dont say anything because there are no war drums Instead of the war drums and the drooped torn flags and the keen blades and the crimson fray the field of modern battle consist of seeing little or nothing except bunting shells Kansas City Star r- OAS1OnXADean UK- Blgnataw III KM You HanAlnrs Bootf 1l of Why Our Prosperity The bimetallic press of the country baa been telling its patrons that the posperlty of the nation including the rise In the price of wheat from thirty five cents to one dollar a bushel was caused by starvation in India short grain crops in Russia Europe and South America says a leading fusion organ The bimetallic press Is good when it meant the monometal lic free silver fusion press As to what it has been telling its patrons as to the causes of prosperity there is no doubt of that and it was as near the real facts as the fusion press ever gets- Starvation now prevails In India but it is not the cause of the Increased demand lor American manufactures and consequent employment of mill ions of formerly idle men Short wheat crops were an incident of three years ago and our exports of breadstufls have fallen ofl since then but prosperty continues Protection to American Industries I PRESCRIPTION FAVORITE II I LoupFranklinI cannot express how grateful I am for your kind good medl cines I hare been in poor health more or ICM all my lira In past nine years grew worse and two I was to could hardly drag around I consulted a specialist and he Mid I had ulceration an operation would have to be per fonned This did not seem necessary to me so time went by and at last Iwrote 10 Dr Pierct asking advice I soon got a antutr advising me to try his medlclncslthe Favor ite Medical Discovery and alto his Pleasant Pellets I began taking Favorite Prescription and the other med as When commenc ing I weighed JJ9H pounds and after taking one bottle I felt like a new woman In one month I Kined 8 pound After taking two of each of the medicines I began to look like a woman and not a skeleton and that weary tired feeling all left me BY LETTER WITDI DRRY PIERCE The Readers of The Hartford Republican can get the Louisville Post forl5O Nowlsthetlmetopay up for The Republican and get the two papers one year for only 250 and workingmen and the establish ment of horest money are the causes of our prosperity Short crops in crease for a time the price of wheat but the Protection and renewed confi dence which followed the defeat of the free silver heresy are responsible for all the rest oi the improved conditions and their continuance Trenton N J Gazette p o Remarkable Cure of Rhouma tlsm KBNNA Jackson Co W Va About three years ago my wile had an attack of rheumatism which con fined her to her bed lor over a month and rendered her unable to walk a step without assistance her limbs be- Ing swollen to double their normal size Mr S Maddox Insisted on my using Chamberlains Pain Balm I purchased a fifty cent bottle and used to the directions and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assistance in any manner and she has not had a similar attack since A B Parsons For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m A Painful Memory A lady who lives on Morgan street took her syearold son to a photog raphers to have his picture taken She was anxious to secure a good likeness at this particular sitting be cause she wished to distribute the pictures among some friends who were then her guests The childs idea of the affair how ever did not apparently harmonize with that of his mother for when the man with the camera began to adjust the lens and direct it toward little Edward that young person set up what was unquestionably a howl In vain did the mother call into use her utmost forensic abilities Edward did not want his picture taken Why my child she said tooth Ingly the gentleman wont hurt you Jnst smile and keep still a moment and it will all be over before you know it II Yes I know mamma whimper ed the youth with the tears running down his cheeks but thats what you told me at the dentlstsSt Louis PostDispatch In almost every neighborhood there is some one whose life has been saved by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been cured ot chronic diarrhoea by the use ol that medicine Such persons make a point of telling of it whenever op maybeFor sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m The Merry Thespians Manager Uncle Tom CompanyWe- call the big bloodhound SIrius RubberWhyManagerBecause he Is our dog star Baltimore American A Hopo and a Reality In addressing a delegation of workingmen from McKeesport President McKinley said on September is 1896 I hope that the time will not be far distant when every workingman in this country can get work and get it too at fair and reumnerativc wages The President was not speaking merely empty words when he said this Actions speak louder than words they say always and Presl dent McKinleys acts have spoken much more emphatically than did his words His course of action upon his duties as President showed that he not only hoped that every work ingman in this country would get work at good wages but that he was determined that every workingman would get it and at the earliest possi ble moment The prosperityproduc ing policy of Protection was restored at the very earliest moment at which it was possible and as a result Pres- Ident McKinleys hope ol September 12 1896 has for many months been a reality This is the sort of thing which ought to tell on election day and it will tell American Economist aAgricultural Prosperity Farming pays These days Dont matter what You got- Planted on yr land Y understand Er how You plow- Whether you do It by steam R a mewl team R you rotate Yr crops r use this yer phosphate R what all Large or small Farming pays You may raise OatsR Terruatteses r summer squash Bgosh RpartlcklerCaln But sumr rain Wetr dry days Farming pays You bet An yet- There aint no harm In statin that it does pay the man what runs the farm Chicago Record The Bridge Wo Do Not Cross yew IKTTCB lv OLOnEDCUOCXAT how oft we trouble borrow And coffer mental pain Conjuring cloud tomorrow While yet no iIgn of rain Future gloom foreboding- At night on pillow tow In fear of overloading Th bridge we do not from From road there l no turning That we ran nee juot now Trouble ahead dUcernlng To avoId we know not how And so we roll and tumble At night with sleep it IOM And hear the Mutant rumble On bridge we do not eros We tee no Urer lining On eland onr fancy paint No Star through rlftn are shining niaeknem our path attaint When daylight chow oar folly We then may count the totIUMlng stream of melancholy The bridge we have not noised r Verdict of Spring Elections It Moans That This Is to Be a Republican Year Republicansbeen spring municipal elections of the great Central Western StatesOhio Michi gan Wisconsin Illinois Iowa Ne braska and Kansas have all reported great and cheering Republlcan victo ries It is true that the Missouri elections were on the whole favorable to the Democrats as reported by the Associated Press but the Missourians always have to be shown and all the other States are showing them that Iree silver FreeTrade and anti imperialism Democracy Is dead The spring elections are all the more reassuring to the Republicans because oi the fact that the victories were gained while there was some little division of sentiment among the Republicans in retard to the Puerto Rican Tariff and the Democrats used that division in their efforts to gain votes but failed Particularly cheering Is the report from Nebraskas municipalelections held Tuesday and on the same day the Puerto Rican Torifl passed the Senate Republican gains are noticed all over Nebraska especially In the cities several Democratic strong holds going Republican The voters of Nebraska have thus rung the death knell for Bryanism and It will be buried next November by the largest majority ever cast in the United States This is to be the greatest year in the history of the worlds greatest Nation up to the beginning of the new century and the voice and acts of Uncle Sam will make the prin cipal government on the map known to all the world It will be a Repub Bean year by the largest vote and the largest majority on record simply be cause the great majority of the voters of the United States have faith in Reo publican principles end policies and know that it is the only party which is capable cf ruling the Nation In a manner that will maintain the peace and prosperity of all the people who are willing to work with their hands and brains That the verdict of the spring elections in the great Central Western States and it is such a strong verdict that the presidential campaign of this year will not in the least Inter fere with the labor and business of the peopleDes Moines Register Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble I Kidney trouble the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor In one may a by ann cneerulness soon disappear when the are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble his prevalentthat for a child to be afflicted weak kid neys If the child urin IcIf ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted bedwetting upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards tho treatment of these Important organs unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis enable and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is by druggists fifty cent and dollarI sizes You have sample bottle mall kidneys born with with depend This with kidney sold free also pamphlet tell nom of auopiut Ing all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer ft Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper UjntrruUI dutrlebasco WItS 11 arvu dlolrunpet ml lire pt1 ri- w 101 eiseh- dt1IseCf Iasrrbrkap wIuLebfraTawOhaw- lUpaUmuypuotoaUy 0ms cern S b W oataataJIo ear r rohlad ai-ms Idyc nIoop IiaIM I IMS Did You Know That If you would save your Laundry for Ljmsn VUllaiui who U agent for tbi tarKwt and fleet Laundry la th South that your Laundry will alwaya look upto date Shipped on Tueadojr and return on Thursday Laundry called for and dells promptly Oar In tht Singer Offlc Telephone No 41 or 33 o Hartford Republican FON and LON ROGERS Edlto rlophcoc loc CL1os- ued 11 Fridays bit thi Hartford Pub Colncorporati filtered it Hartford postolfice as second tlass mail matte FRIDAY APRIL 27 THE question which the Supreme Court wIll have to consider in the Kentucky contest case is jurisdiction If the court declares that it has j diction the clUe will end immediately for the Goebelitea will never permit their deeds of infamy unearthed It would short the civilized world The deeds of the ancients are lustrous compared to those of the present Democratic dynasty atFrankfort Should the court decide that it has no jurisdiction we should like very much for eome one to clearly set forth what iU purpose is anyway THE Republicans will bear in mind that May 5 is the day for precinct conventions at the various precincts in the county and the object of thus is of so great importance that every Republican in the county should attend The county convention meets on the following Monday at the court house in Hartford At this time the Republican county committee will be reor ganizeda new chairman and secretary elected delegates elected to attend the Fourth Congressional District convention which meets at Eliz abethtown May 16 also delegates to attend the State convention which meets at Louisville May 17 and otb er important business will be transacted so let every Republican come and participate in this convention which is to be a most enthusiastic one Come bring your neighbors and friends THAT atiumed editor of the Herald from all accounts is giving its real editor a great deal more mentalan guish just now than his past work profited TilE REPUBLICAN is in no wise responsible for the acts of either of these gentlemen it has frequently demanded that the assumed editor come out and fight in the open but he ha refused and from all accounts woul really prefer to prove be was not in it Its editor now accuses us with having charged him with gambling Y plead not guilty to this charge from the factthat our contemporary offered publicly to wager us in the sum of 50 and it stands today a sample of hi own handiwork It is therefore no charge of ours but a sentence for th execution of his own head written by his own hand Ho mournfully asks why did we not accept it The public has our reason and it can not be misunderstood Of course be beyond nil doubt could procure the affidavit from hit assistant that he had not written- a line No one doubts this but what would it amount to Having stood eo faithful to him iu times of threatened annihilation the assumed editor would certainly not desert at this critical moment We would suggest that the real editor read Emersons essay on selfreliance and see what a splendid lesson there is in it for him Si peri culum in mora he can present an affi davit at any time from his assistant without waiting for us to identify him because he is quite familiar with him and knows just how much work he has done The Controversy May End The Herald of Wednesday boldly declares that the controversy has end ed upon its 1artand that it must drop TilE REIUIILICAN as unworthy of further consideration This io in fact all the Hciald men can do having brought abort a public controversy themselves with us and having been worsted on every proposition it is but natural for its cditoror aaumed editor to declare the controversy off that TilE REPUBLICAN is unworthy notice This is perfectly natural for them be ing their accustomed manner of ac knowledging genuine thrashing A burnt child always dreads the fire likewise the vanquished views with abhorrence his conqueror it is a well known fact that the Herald has had its way so long that it finds in him who contradicts iiall the qualities and characteristics of a monster The Herald has at least found a match inI TIlE REPUBLICAN and like a school boy that has had a severe il gging by his classmate finds solace in giving vent to his little feelings in epithets and abuse of his compeer This controversy was properlyopened when the Herald put its timely questions to us and we are averse to believing that the public is tired of this until itihas been thoroughly aired Notwith standing the fact that we answered the questions propounded to us in the plainest language we had at command and in the simplest manner possible the Heralds editor referred to those answers in this languageITHKllAKTronii ItKprFHKAXInmi Mliitlc fnnh lon otltHowD lirmntl touiiNMrr ihu iiiw tloiin ri itiiiinlfI It Inut wwk liy the llrrnlil In attempting to mislead the public the Herald of this week refers to our dressing down we gave its editor in our last issue for kneeling at the altar and offering a public wager withus and decarea that it ia such uncalled for attacks aa this that lead it to refer to our answers in the manner above It quoted tLeeditoror the aU1Imtdtdilor knows that this church aflair bad 8- nothing to rid with his referring to in thu above style nnd when ho makes saleinent to tIle contrary he peijurcs himself It is nothing but that burn iii envy and green eyed jealousy lurking in his bosom that called forth such language for out of the fullness of heart the mouth speaketb THE REPUBLICAN has never questioned religious standing of any man and the- E charge of our contemporary that we have attacked his privllteand religious character Is unfounded and be knows every word of it to be miserably false It is only to call the attention of ti public from the real question under dispute We merely expressed our surprise at a gentleman so consecrate to the worship of his Master and at the same time classifying himself wit gamblers But he shall oat dodge the issue on such a silly unfounded and ungentlemanly attempt The Herald asked us three questions we answered them we asked the Herald in turn eight questions and it didnt answer them but asked for proof that Goebe made use of certain expressions of these assertions were made in Louis ville and one at McHcnry The Me Henry assertion was proven by such men as Drs J S Smith and H B lanes Messrs E L Myers Peter Lauder and J W Field The evi dears of these gentlemen would stanc in any court in the land but it would not suffice for the little Herald so it procured two affidavits one virtually concurring with Dr Smith el al and the other one was a flat contradiction of Dr Smiths affidavit The ques tion now becomes one of veracity be tween Messrs J S Smith H B In nesE L Myers J W Field and Peter Lauder on the one side and Messrs Rowan Holbrook Shelby Taylor Jas F Carbon and W H Barnes on the other We gave a brief sketch of D Smith el al in our last issue They are not politicians but physicians business men and laborers These other gentlemen are all professional sayYvindicate themselves We did what herde we TiiH REPUBLICAN has not come u with the proof says the Herald but- e nevertheless for its edification we will answer very emphatically the ques lions it desires 11Tbese ere the questions OIlIOOt ont count HIP Wad vim rnnt count IIIB ant1IurINa- e I horn the ettillon right Ilirre oxtiMiilInu tightly rlrnrlinl nail her I Imil the muss nonliwlwh Tbi otbcrMlowMtbe liiulillMii niny ilo thP TtitliiK lift we l niiMTiitPi will ilu tbe counting fliwtxl Q I DO THEY APPROVE GOR BELS STATEMENTS ABOVE QUOTED The iKmocrntlo ticket plat iiomliwtM Inntire tn Iw elected 1inKrth initlmi of thelliielwl election Intrtlw mult U tint left torlmmv Wutternon to IMmnnt Q 2 DO THEY SANCTION NAT TERSONS STATEMENT TO BELMONT ABOVE QUOTED I urn ready to It my ollul unlvHtlim nenlnt n counterfeit nlrkrl that II lherInlivetnlln a dune In thin rlectliin the ItepnMlviinii will not ilu ItlIInrkhnrllU will hove to receive n Brent f majority than ISouo In IPO Kentucky nest 11 roruODIQ 3 DO THEY ENDORSE THE STATEMENTS OF BLACKBURN AND WOODSONABOVE QUOTED Q 4 DO THEY APPROVE OF SCOTTS ATTEMPT TO BRIBE THE BROTHERINLAW AND PATHo ERINLAW OF YOUTSEY Q 5 DO THEY BELIEVE THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET WAS ELECTED BY TUB POPULAR VOTE OF THE PEOPLE- Q 6 DO THEY APPROVE TILE ACTIONS OF THE STATE BOARD POYNTXYONTS AND FULTON IN THROWING OUT THE COUNTIES OF JEFFERSON MARTIN JOHNSON AND MAGOFFIN IN THE STATE OFFICE AND YET AL LOW TILE REPRESENTATIVES FROM THOSE DISFRANCHISED COUNTIES ACT IN THE CAPACI TY OF LEGISLATORSj Q 7 DO THEY NOW ENDORSE TILE GOEBEL ELECTION IAW The while prnlwrlywlxulua nirrtnlili IN91 pie nf Kentucky lire Kolnit tn contrul Ibe rllf lueut ol 1I11 omiiiunwenlth nuw anil lierenfter and they nrc gulag to IiffUlnti Hiinn renMct for nw and public decency Into tbe INnf Wno nr roiriint inoniyliain mid their Hiitillltw nod IIIIIIK enion who huvptliooento IIIIIIIIIIulllhIIIIlIh 7504H linuiriint mHrmH nod UN ninny shun vlclou nnd rotblinded rnuniitnlncerH Tb utruitKlefur u rcinnry U nlinut over nod the ruJ will prove III thU Xtnte iu It ItIIIII other stilt thnt only the people who nn cnpnMe of pond fcovcninicnt will1w n rniltteil to govern Uliodnon Q 8 DO THEY SANCTION TUB ABOVE STATEMENT FROM WOODSONAnd the answerITIIK IIKIMIIMCAN come up isirootilelllHUiIeil but llevertllehHK for ItHeilltlen on wxlll nuwrrrely emphatically Ihgnw t It itenlreH The KM of thewt iUentloliM In ilihi the llernld cndoriu diMH It Knnctlun diHiilt approve of certain nlltwl IIItrutunit nctlonK of will known miaocrat The 1Irtold haii never felt that It is Its duly to llIfllr the pcrnonul view iitternmiii unit nctlonx ofiV try Deinocnit In the State whether of imnit or little renown iiltboiixli pcrhapn the roiidltlon niaply Jutineil them We have never utood ready to npprovuof everytbliiK that IIIM l ren Hiild nud 010111 the nnmeuf Democracy True HCIIHM nicy doe not connlnt In silly mivh wbolewile vudomement SiinindiiK up nil thene enilorw rut upprovnln Ac Into one wo will IIYb that we Annul minctlon any theiropoidtlonii and nlliKiil ration qnoteil ritvpt the IprM election law Wnre HiiphaVlcnlly for this IlIwJI tl1Inthe popular Vote of the people we will 0lbllttl rertalulT wan alter itliulnntlmr Ihlrftlltlllkoth aepuDr111 tnni R majority on tbe fnre ol the return tieThis answer is a general one as ou readers will readily discover It will perhaps show up better after having ken analyzed the generalanswer r is we ili tint sanction nny of tl proposilious nod alleged actions quo ed except the Goebcl election law The Herald is sincere we hope in Iein its declaration so we need not bar ass it longer But lets see what it does not approve It does not approve Qoebela statements it does not approve Wattersons let out to moot i it certainly does not solo e Iethe statements of Woodson and Blackburn it refuses to countenance Scotts attempted bribe they do not approve the action of the Slate board in dis franchising Kentucky they dont lake- h part in Woodsons white property owners c Car we believe them candid in their assertion The ethic and the atsunud editor of the Herald have been endorsing the whole contest proceedings all the while and reproducing the CourierJournal in every issue and when they declare that they sodo not endorse our sixth question we do not believe them candid By this declaration they repudiate their cow 16 since the election Do they mean to do this or were they willing to say any old thing to get these questions from the publics eye We leave this question with the public because they are hors de combat Lets look into nooses QNo 5 As to whether we believe that the Democratic ticket wan elected by the popular vote of the people we will say that it certainly 1was oBut without multiplying words to prove the vanity of nay claim or stopping to inveigh against tbe fraud and intimidation that has been practiced against the Democratic can dilates we might as well accept the result as now estimated as final Re figurers at command from all sources it ap pears that Gen W S Taylor and the whole Republican ticket have been elected by majorities ranging at less than three thousand There are extravagant claims on both sides but we are giving the situation as it truly believe it elands without any in tcntion ot misleading anybody Hart 1899P an intimidated vote which gave the Re publicans a majority on the face u the returns It has been charged by every Goebelized journal in the State and by the contest board itself that Goebel men were intimidated by the byII that contest these men absolutely failed to prove that a single little measly timid gawky Goebel crat was kept from casting his vote Not a single man could be found that was intimidated and kept from voting on any account nnd we CHAL LENGE the Herald men to success fully contradict it How in the name of heaven could fraudulent and in timidated votes be eliminated when they could not find a single such vote That contest board never eliminated a vote It never threw out a single county nor precinct It failed to find fraud anywhere but knrto it was ill abundance but just simply threw overboard the voice of the people and said Bill Goebel was Governor For what reason Y In obedience of the Kings demands Again we ask where did those eliminated votes come from It is indeed surprising that goodmen will believe suchrankling charges when their authors do not attempt to explain them much less prove them There was never a lie so brazen and vicious as this whpleeale charge of Republican fraud Blackburn said ifany stealing was dune that he nnd the other Gocbelites would do it and they did it remarkably well The Herald may he done with this controversy but if it is it leaves the battlefield hopeless victim a wretched character in the eyes of its own partisans and perhaps it would be best it because neither its editor nor aitumed editor is longer able to keep its course straight This week it repudi the contest boards actions iu answer to our sixth question yet it holds that the Beckhauiilcs were elected Not by the people and only by that contest board Whats the Herald men going to do about it Republicans and the Next Election The question which seems to be agitating the Republicans Brown Democrats and other lovers of libertyI whether or not the Republican lead en are prepared to unify the elections in Loulbville and other sections where discord and dissensions have entered party ranks We believe that emergency will be met by capa ble leaders and those factional feelings of the past will be of the past and the party will present a solid front in the event of another State election There is not a man in our whole knowledge who voted fur Tap lor in the last struggle that has ever coons to regret his vote He would carry his partys whole strength Besides tho Republican vote he would nine out ot ten Brown voUefrom simple fact that tho national elec will cut no figure in politics Kentucky The first thing for the s cultured and refined the business man and the farm hand above a relse is to secure the liberty ol th ballot box and with this tho itiptcme determination nod highest desiro tit the class of people that opposed Ole unpleasmutIl men that broke away from part ties on the account of the elevation and exaltation of force and fraud ii their party were the very best men in that party We speak from obsess tion of those around Hartford aud- I judge that it was the case allover t6 State These men with independent spirits and with respect for the right honor and justice will never COlli promise with their party on terms of dis- v honor So let the Republican part greet them and give them a heart welcome into its tolls They will t honor to any party they may chooser to link their fortunes with and if the Republican party will do the prop thing as we believe it will there is no reason why it should not have this band of political reformers and inde pendents with these brave sous o Democracy wilt come the honest sans of the Populist party They shall every one be thrice welcomed and we hope they shall find a permanent abiding place in the ranks of that party that is to deliver Kentucky Jlatttiese y noble sires had the same but they have broken theits and we should in rite them to a seat in the ciuncil NOT FUGITIVE Gov Taylor is Not Running Away From An r Indictment W O Bradleys Statement Says If tho Governor Is In dicted Ho Will Return CeBradley leading counsel for Republi can Governor TAylor gave o the As sociated Press the following authorized tonightdno communication wenfstate that he is there preparing his case for the Supreme Court I urn satisfied this is not true Governor Taylor went to Washington on purely personal business not connected in any way with the trial of his case Nor do I believe the report that b is in New York attempting to prevent the honoring of a requisition for his return to this State As to whether a requisition could be lawfully issued by Bcclthatu or would be recognized it is unnecessary for rue to express a opinion as there are questions that must be determined by the authority upon whom such requisition may be made Governor Taylor has publicly declared he was not and would never b a fugitive from justice that il indict ed he would respect the law andmeet his accusers face to face Therefore there remains but one course open to him and that is to return as soon as he can walk boldly and bravely into court and meet the indictment like a man Any other course would be rank injustice not only to himself but t those of his friends who have been ac cused ol so foul a crime I do not know whether an Indictment has been found against Governor Taylor but il it has I have no doubt be will promptly surrender himself into the hands of the law I believe that any intima lion to the contrary does him an in justice IKHtHTIIISTW- Hiilfcr One llnniln Hollar Itewanl for nu T disc nl Iutnrrh that ninnut bernml liy llnllH Catarrh Cur r J aiiivh 10 prop TI M n We the iiiulenilffiifil hiivw knnwn P J Ihne r fur the hint IS JTNIM unit Mk re him rfwtlir hunornlilt nil hanlmiM tniupnrllonx oust Niiiin dully chin to tiirry nutiiiiy okllKntluu nimloliy their firm WEHT A flOrAS Wliulrmiln DrilRffliltil Ti lili II UAllilMi KISXAX t MAIIHX Wholtiinlr lirus Klutn Tulnli llnllH l tntiirrli Cum IK tnkrn Intrrnnlly artlnii illnttly upon the Moot nnd tiiniau HurMivH of tho KyutiMii Irliv 73r jwr bulb Holil lir nil drugglls Trellmuulnlefor llnllH fondly Illln uurheiw6- Ollie James would be an improve meat on the ineffable Wheeler as a representative from the First district but is never to be given a chance to show it Wheeler made himself olillI with tho gang by hh unscrupulously dirty work in tho last campaign and by his defense of the Goebelelection law in congress James did all be could honestly do in the campaign and refnsed to dc more The gang does not want or need men whose consciences direct their course and limit their actions in politics Owensboro Inquirers Opportunity is the Cream ofITime Now is your opportunity There is no time when the system is so much in need of a good medicine like Hoods Sarsaparilla and no time when iris so susceptible to the benefits to be de rived item such a medicine Dy purl lying enriching and vitalizing the blood and toning up ths3ttan Hoods Sarsaparilla staits jottjitjht fir u whole year of health Constipation is cured by Hoods Pills to the Death IliojPESTS OF THE POUL TRY YARD MUST GO lliirrlrnn Faro lli nlr rr Kills ylnrei ylUrIdernnnlulUrrlrnnlulunltnyThan war is on I The days of lice und salvermin that have donesomuchtomake ot the poultryman miserable and his business unprofitable are overt American Lice Destroyer is the proper ammunition to usrl This preparation is wonderful in its power and vermin cannot exist twenty four hours after it is applied to the coop or fowls Every reesufficient to protect 250 fowls from mites and lice for one y car When this Destroyer is used profits at once in crease Lkeand vermin do more to kill profits than all other causes combined- y You know it Dont go on losing mnn ey every week but try American Lice othertopan can have your money back We are in this fight to slap and will back mitesermoney with recipes or home made makeshifts Use scientific means The American Lice Desttuyer has ben Itfand has been tested thousands ol times We know it is all right and il it doesnt do the work remember you get your money back What more can you ask If your druggist dont sell American Lice Destroyer hes behind the age In that case send for a 8r oo box at once Made only by American Mlg Co Terre Haute Ind The Persecution of Governor Taylor For persistent malignant and un scrupulous persecution that of They fus does not surpass the persecution of W S Taylor elected Governor by the people of Kentucky last Noveui ber The Goebel conspirators during the campaign paid little attention to Gov Taylor but turned their mud batter lea on Gov Drown and his followerr But from the hour the polls closed at tacks on Gov Taylor personally began on the Governor himself on his family on his friends and his asso elates No lie wrs too malignant no lie too mean and contemptible to be published broadcast over the State to poison the minds oi the people and to reconcile them to the forcible removal of their efcted Governor Frankfort became the very center of these falsehoods and the channel ol communication with the public was the CourierJournal and Times Mrs Taylor did not escape these slanders All sorts rfftoiies were invented and miserable pitiful fpies ret upon her to watch her every movement and in vent conversation for her Wherever Mr Taylor has gone- e these children of Satanwho is time father ot lies bave followed him To his home when he went to hurt his brother and sister to Louisville when he came to confer with his friends to Washington where he went with his Itnetenhave gone and they have sought diy by day by their innumerable false hoodti to bring the Governor into con tempt There has been method in all this toehang Taylor and damn the Republi can party Tbe whole conspiracy turns now on convicting Taylor ol conspiring to kill Goebel That was the purpose of that 100000 corrnp flan fund that was the purpose of all the stories of alleged confessions pub lished in the Enquirer and the Cour foraoThe Associated Press too has been used tocompass this end Two weeks ago the Associated Press sent out from Frankfort a palpably false state meat giving what the Associated Press said was the testimony of Sena I tor Alexander before tbe grand jury It was fiction pure and simple but fiction with a purpose The Com monwealths Attorney Franklin made no protest and Judge Cantrill did not threaten anyone with punishment fur contempt of his court But this is not all Another Frank fort correspondent pretends to state and with an air that indicates the in formatim came from someone who imagined he knew the secret of the prosecution pretends to state wht the prosecution expects to prove Tails writer sAys The prosecution expects to prove by Senator AKxander of Louisville tint he was in Gov Taylors office when the shot was fired that Gov Taylor drew a revolver and ran out of tbe office The prosecution can prove nothing the kind for this statement is the one attributed to Senator Alexander two weeks ago by tbe Associated Press and by Senator Alexander emphatically denied It is all a part of the same plot all nil a part of the same tcbeme to ruin Taylor by any means within reach We republished yesterday in connection with the all ged indictment of Gov TAylor the story of Mr James Andrew Scotts visit to Winchester his conference with Mr Wither spoon and Judge French We jvould keep all rf these facts in the minds of time people nt Kentucky This parse cui ion ot Gov Taylor will yet react The people of Kentucky have a passiMon for fair play fair play is the thing accorded Gov Taylor by his enemies but the people will yet be aroused and lids well lot all to keep the record straight Let two things be krt in mind First the testimony on which the prosecution relies to prove by Guv Taylors action at the time of the as RT1COLLINS1rSpring Shoppers recognize this store as the trading center for their Spring requirements Call and be convinced by the special bargains we can show you Lace Curtains- A good one 3 yards in length II pairBetter one 3J yards in length flar per pair Still butter 3j yards in length SI 50 per pair Extra value 8225 Very flue at tE250anti 8V75 Wash Goods Ono lino of summer cloth 3Jc Nice Scotch Lawn 5c Beautiful lot of fancy Organdies 71J 4 Tasteful lino of Organdies lOc All styles of Orgnndius at 1JJo to Jm per yard Finn American Hilistes of lovely quality nnd most beautiful designs nt 15o and Illjo per ynnl Our line of Dimities are unsur passed ranging in price from 7Jo to Ifijn par yard A big vnlito in dress Ginghams at SJo per yard Another lire at Ills pur yard Tho most ulegnnt lino of fine tlresss Ginghams ever shown in llnrtfonl nt 2te per yard Wo lire showing tho latest styles and designs in 1errnls and Madras ranging in pried from 7c to IDc per yard We hove Covert Cloths in different shades at lUe 1Jio lrio and IGio per yard lint thu thing for n nice ckitt Our Millimiry opening was the test suecuKsful ono vo have user ux luriuiicttd Our creations Imo drawn inoro favorable comments tlmn iu former njwiiingM Cull and sue our dfsplayGf dainty headwear to 4 T O assination that be bad a guiltY of the crime is testimonY by a vote of 9 to 3 may bring an in Ictmcnt when tile testimony uncon radicted would justify a preumptio of guilt but to convict 12 men o the jury must be convinced beyond a easonable doubt of the guilt of th Taylors vlndlcttion docs not est on these narrow grounds Th case against him has been magnified Iyall the devices of degraded journal sm but it has availed nothing Ian indictment has been found it wit ionic only through much tribulation ind Gov Taylor his enemies having exhausted all the resources of personal and political will to vindicate his name before at enlightened and a generous people ouisvllle Post Dem Iand How fered 20 from heart trouble and became so bad I could not lie DnMiles1 Heart Cure benefited DR Is told by all drnecliU on guarantee Dr Mites Medical Company Elkhart Ind Edoe UVpnr nowcl With Cucami Table Linons Towels Nap loins o cannot be surpassed Call and examine them Ladies arts you intomling to Woist If so do not fail to ox our line of Silks of which wo have an especially attractive lino In our wo have such n variety it is impossible to toll you of them in this short space All wo ask is a look in this lino and wo ore confident of the result + Gents Goods Good dress Shirts JOc A good value for frOc An extra good ono 7ic worth f1 Tho celebrated K W brand fit 8101 and t 1J5- We carry the largest and most up todate lino of Neckwear in Ohio 1 county See shoot lists in all styles and grades to suit ovary one We aye now show ing the very latest styles in Mens Hovs and Childrens Straws Prices to suit Seo our line of Mattings at 12Jn lire 2M Uoc anti 80c Also our beautiful Hugs at 11111 flVT WX and 81Lu0 Wo have sold lots of sprint Sloes cu Wear n pair of our famous Brown Slices and von will X wear no other We sell tie celebrated lops fhosiery Call for them You fife welcome our store and our time is yours RESPECTFULLY RICOLLINS a E C knowledge Blothou1sDeen iccusedGov animosity eady am Hale Hearty oftDrtohelpwhich usingtMILES Heart Cure buckBook fornerSOf HousekeepersO- ur bpya- Silk amino Clouting department Furnishing Shirts Slippery VERY u UPHOLDING TAYLOR ItrrlUrilNroirml nt unit the Ilrrkhnlll Sallow rrnlln me aaulidenre or- HID Urimbllrnn ferry U T Ilrnnrltln llrrrklnriilfw SPw14nm1 How long will Taylor have to en dure the tirade of abuse thnt is daily being heaped upon him He has al ready received his share tenfold from the lieckam contingent But the intuit that has appealed to everysmpathetiesoul most forcibly I is the way he was treated on the two I occasions when he visited bis old homo to attend the burial of bu brotherI and sitter Some gentlemen of high estate and journalists of reputed tat- e ent even Henry Witterson were I heard to say He hiss deserted the ofiico He has paycd a prank on the Repuh icane etc Yes he left the Capital on a sad mission hut did he stay away As soon aa it was posaibo he was found at his post again where he wi I remain He U a true hue sovereign whom every State loving Repub ican shou d encourage in this his darkest hour Think for a moment what he has endured whie trying to uphod our rights which were manifested at time po s ast November How many of us woutl have been bufled before now by the backhcaited lot of Deck ham followers who havo at last cal ed to their assistance Tom UamphoM the greatest scoundrel in existence I recently heatd some Bcckham advocates predict that Tayor wou d submit I have enough confidence In him to bolero that bo will submit blght ride against him he will step out aa agreed and we will oect him again next fall Ofcourse ho is A broken man at1 present but true friends are better than god Every Repubican shou d remember that ho has spent his al trying to preserve their rights Let every Repub ican continue to batte for ibertv and may they that damnable machine out ofexistI encq and onos more enjoy peaceful tranquiliy in our 1 e oved State iFor all Irtertml and external pains Drs flla Anti Pain i an instant x lief It is the most wonder TryItI I PROGRAM For Public Entertainment at College Hall Friday Evening May 4th 1900 Music Elizabeth Sandetfut- II Rda Carter Edith Carson QuartetteI Biography Recitation StevenS4111l Rssay Statue Pirtle C StevensomMusic Georgia Wedding Impromptu J A Rhoads Recitation Lizzie Miller Music Maggie Marks SUBJECT FOR WpATB Resolved That the Schools are a greater organ of clvlllzitlon than the I ChurchesAffirmative Negativ- eij Peyton L M Sanderfur- J D Stewart J A Sandbach I M Miller Sam Wilton Song Fannie Cox Biography Ruth Shullz Review of Poem C L Patton Recitation Lena Miller f Florence Morton Artie Wilson HooverWeekly IT J Morton l R R Riley J D STBWARTChmn j I A SANDHACH P C MrfLItRCornRUTH MAGGIK MARKS I LENA MILLKR j Bost for the Bowels No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you wjll never get well until pour boweU are put right CAS withII your CatharIon Beware of imitations NtHCMNUOIlTII KNOWINO rr t If troubled with rheumatism give ItIgood One application will relieve andIby any other treatment Cuts burnt frostbites quiniejr pains In the side and chest glandjrtar and other swell ings are quickly cured by applying it 1 Every bottle warranted Price 25 j5jmarws y t f 1 3RXrG 3ETjt- S ijf We will put on sale this week as a Special Easter offering a few TRADE o GETTERS in each department Re member line all house0 s our through our I B is completeevery department being full theMP0 Silks and WoolenI0 Dress GoodsA Nineteeninch Tall ta SilbInewest shades at 75c Nineteen inch fancy wash silks 4Inpretty etripea CiOc Newest shades in trimming e Silks GOc 75c and 81 per yard New plaid homespun Suit I ings lot Skirts 5Oc1 to a aklrtIancy ity BOc V Black allwool and mohair mixed Creponi beautiful quali ty 75c 8100 and 8125 a yard j Newest Plants for children lOcI OcperynrdS Henrietta 25c Bra tls to match any of the above 9 Latest Millinery p Can be found in our house to suit everybody FHICES the 4 LOWEST SlYLES the LAT g1 EST i Beautiful Sailors 2io to 82 e Nice trimmed hats 81 to 810 4 Big lino of HilibnnjLacca and f Flowers Dont mira seeing cur 0hue and prices We are sure to 4PIO3BCYOth wI i One those pretty 1 and Wall just They with 810 Ask a card THE Y Keown A- sMartin HARTFORD 11 11- 10rIIcELlmHA1m BEAR LIXERS BUGGIES H1RDSKLL WAGONS MLUE J and ULOUNT A PLOWS DEKR1NG HARVEST ING MACHINES 0 0 AGENTS FOR J I CASK illllKSHliXG MACHINES pp FAIREST DEALINGS LOWEST PRICES The BEST hUGS GIVE THEM A CALL EVERYTHING FIRSTCLASS T Mon Xo at Republican eFRIDAY APRIL 27 See Carson Co for Pertilzsr J C Riley has 3 milch cows to sell II you are In need of Clothing see Carson Co M P Render of near of pneumonia PMr Maggie NAn has rOom relatives in Louisville Uncle Louis Guen her Is in Owens boro visiting relatives this week Mr D W Kimmel Ceralvo was with us a short time Wednesday We buy Hums Chickens Eggs Feathers and Wool CARSON Co Mr W P Render Point Pleasant made us u pleasant call Wednesday Just a new lot of Shirts in Silks and Percals CARSON Co Mr G B Likens one of our attor neys wnt to South Car roll ton Tuesday Superintendent Fon and wife are home today from Texas MrWK Doardn an the jjPhonejnacrwajn town Notion Ladies Kid Gloves in all the Inand medium waist at 85cI lOc for jOeito 8 k Pulley Bells all shades 25c to 50c p Pulley Rings and Buckles Co p to 50c I Beautiful Brooch Pins 2rc Newest Pompadour Combs 15c to 250- Latest in Empire Combs 25c Best silk finish seamless blackIHose lOc I Extra quality black I Tote full regular at 2fic I Novelty lint Pins lOo- T retty Tucks allover Embroideries 50c to 81 f0 yardI EasterWear for Men III Biggest line of Shirts in white I fancy silk boeoms shown in Hartford Newest things in Collars and Culls in plain nod link Prices to suit you lilidf Pictures Pockets received still go purchases for PLACE IS Liverymen FERTI Hartford McIIcnry returned received Rogers expected Cumber Department Dr II B hones Render went to livantville Tuesday and will perhaps retutn today Mrs Dr J T Miller has been quite sick for the past few days but is Im proving at present Rev W L Dunn and family of No Creek art visiting friends and rela lives in Mafield Ky Mr and Mrs John P Pazton of Beaver Dam were guests ol Judge Millers family Sunday On the thud Sunday in May Chit drens Day will be observed at the Methodist church Hartford Get your field seeds and fertilizers from DL D Sanderfur Beaver Dam lie will unload a car first day of May Mr and Mrs J M Holloway and little son of Rosine made Tim RE ruiiLlCAN n pleasint call last Friday Miss Grade Roll teacher ol Elocu tion at Hartford College visited her parents at McIIeury part of last week Load your wagon with llama Chickens Feathers Rggs and Wool then visit Carson Co for top pries Judge R R Wedding left yesterday for Fordsville and Sulphur Springs on legal business and will be away sev eral days Miss Alice Stafford tbe Milliner is with Cwsnn Co again this season and wants to sell everyone that is in need of a list Mr Willis Short of Union town Ky WAS in Hartford the first of the present week the guest of his sister Mrs Dr Miller Col 1 S R Wedding member of the State Board of Fqunlization alter spending a week here with his wile hit Wednesday morning for Frank fort Mr and Mrs Jo B Rogers ol Denver Dam spert Tuesday nlfiljt ard Wednrtdny in Hartford with the formers mother Mrs Magdalene Rogers Mr Lon Rogers one of the editors ol TUB RiPUiiLiCAN has been very sick this week and if the paper does not come up to the standard the pa irons will know the reason why Miss Annie Newton daughter of Rev Silas Newton who was pastor of the Methodist church Hartford last year was married to Mr Edwin Crawley at Sturgis Ky yesterday Mr Virgil Sanderinr and Miss Ola Ward two of the most prominent young people of the No Creek neigh borhood were married at Mt Herman church latt Sunday night Rev J A Bennett officiating e1IAre Your Kldiejt f gtmplrM Eruptions f An lnJptloll all fovor my body caused a burning sermsationsolcouldnot liy taking hood- sSarsaparillaI I completelyI I TiioMrsoxBoiSO I lOaksville N Y Oil only Hoods Like Father Like Child Man Is tho sum of his ancestors Iff parents wish healthy children let them sec that tlicjr tliemfclvcs have pure rich strong blood No taint of scrofula no insidious malady no lurking microbes or germs to be a curse to posterity Purify the blood Hoods Sarsaparilla is the guardian of Infants yet unborn Buy It today Jds 8uah The many friends of Mr and Mrs Prank Keller at Hartford wilt regret to learn of the death of their littli daughter Francis at New Albany Ind only a short time ago of typhoid fever 0 On account of Southern Baptist Convention at Hot Springs Ark May moth to 17th the I C R R will sell tickets at rate of one fare for the round trip tickets on sale May 6th to 9th good to return until May 24th S B VANMETKR Agt On last Friday at Adaburg one of Mr Wash Weddings little sons was fatally burned and died on Saturday Ills remains were interred in tbe Cath olic cemetery Sunday The many friends of Mr Wedding extend their sympathy to him in this sad accident The Commercial Telephone Tele graph Co informs us that their line has been extended to Horse Branch connecting Horton and Rosine with Hartford The company expects to reach Leitchfield U a short time Heres three cheers to our hustling townsman Mr J M Mattlngly for his excellent work In the telephone business TUB REPUBLICAN stands for home industry first last and al ways and is ever ready to aid a good cause Citizens help sustain our lo cal telephones Tbe Rough River Telephone Co has completed its line to Cromwell and is an excellent one The very best service is given by this company and Its officers deserve to be congrat ulated on its successful work In a short time the county will be laced and Interlaced with the wires of our local company and while it renders such excellent service we fail to un derstand why the people desire to sup port a foreign company When we can help ourselves we do not nerd tbe help of others On account of meeting the Louis yule Jockey Club at Louisville May 3d to 19th and May Musical festival May uth to i6th the I C R R will sell tickets as follows Rate one and one third fare May 2nd to May 19th inclusive limited to May 21St lor re turn On account Derby Day May 3d Clark Stakes May roth and Oak Stakes May igth rate V one fare for r mnd trip sold fcr morning trains only tickets limited to two days On May 14th and isth andmorning trains ol i6th one fare for round trip limited to May I7th for rtC rn S B VANMETKR Agt S Marriages Mr Bluford Craig Westetfield to Miss Luretta Simmons Westerfield Date of marriage April aoth Mr P C Brown Rockport to Miss Nancy R Shultz Prentla Date of marriage April aid Mr Herbert B Shacklett Point Pleasant to Miss Addle Brown Point Pleasant Date of marriage Aprll22d Mr V W Sanderfur Hartford to Miss Leola B Ward Hartford Date of marriage April aiA Mr M C Young White Run to Miss Lanle Simpson White Run Date of marriage April 24th Sudden Death Mr William Brown aged 73 years died very suddenly at his home near West Providence last Sunday at i p m That morning he ate a hearty breakfast and was seemingly In the best of health until a few moments be fore death On Monday his remains were interred in West Providence Cemetery and his funeral will be preached the second Sunday in May by Rev Jones pastor of that church Mr Brown was born only a short dls tance from where he died and his useful days In the same nelghborJ hood lie was a member of the Bap tist Church for over filly years and will be greatly missed in that congre gation lie was an honest upright and highly respected citizen and enjoyed the esteem ofall with whom he came in contact TUB RB FUDUCAN extends condolence to the bereaved family COLLEGE NOTES Messrs James Sanderfur oud Henry Nail were pleasant callers at Ex Fri day morning Mr J A Sandbach visited relatives at Olaton Saturday and Sunday Mr Geo W Bennett made a flying trip to the country Saturday Mr Eugene Kimmel alter a brief illness has resumed his work in school Miss Oma Campbell was a welcome visitor at Ex Wednesday morning Mr Henry Addington of Center town was a visitor at the College Wednesday j Miss Mary Wedding was a pleasant caller at Ex Thursday morning STUDENT a Walkers Tonic contributes to men tal cheerfulness and enables the muscular system to withstand fatigue Walkers Tonic antagonizes Heart Failure It is a nerve tonic allaying pain due to nervous tension It sUm ulates tbe digestive organs and in creases the appetite Good druggists sell it m Republican Convention I Pursuant to a call of the Republican I Republicans I in a delegated convention at the MonII attend the State Convention which meets at Louisville May I7th and f also to elect delegates to attend the Fourth Congressional District Con vention which meets at Elizabeth town May i6th and also to reorganize the County Committee of Ohio county a precinct convention is also called to mett in each of the precincts fn said county at the voting places thereof on Saturday May 5 1900 at 2 p m for the purpose of electing delegates to attend said county convention also Instruct said delgates to vote for two members at large ofthe county com raittee and to elect one member of the county committee for each ol said pre cincts which committeeman shall be elected by the precinct convention The representation in the county con vention shall be from the several vot ing precincts as lollows Hast Hartford 6 West Hartford 5 Beda 5 Sulphur Springs 5 Ma nn 6 Cromwell 6 Cool Springs 2 North Rcckport 3 South Rockport 3 Select 4 Horse Branch 5 Rosine 8 West Heaver Dim 4 East Beaver Dam 3 McIIenry6 Centertown 5 Smallhouse 2East Fordsville 5 West Fordsville 5 vUtnaville 3 Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Buford 2 Bartlett 4 Htflin 2 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 2 JNO P MORTON Chmn M S RAGLAND Secy Agents on salary of f1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent seK ler ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Reference Address wlth stamp American Mfg Co Tcrre Haute Ind 29 tI Col Colson Acquitted exCanIgressman Sat41urelaywas rendered in the Franklin circuit courtJutlgc Herndon temporally presiding Instantly the crowd in tho chamber burst into wild cheering But Colson standing vale and silent near his law yet moved not a muscle Of all time men the big room be was perhaps the most composed To the end ho re- maIned a man of iron The last act of Kentuckys greatest tragedies was enacted after a day of fervidoratory and impassioned argu ment The lawyers for the common wealth on Friday practically aban doned all hupeof securing a convic tion for murder on tbe account of the killing of Lieutenant Ethelbert Scott in tho lobby of the Capital Hotel All their e orts wero for getting a verdict for manslaughter They fought a gallant uphill fight but the evidence was all or nearly all on tbe other side The acquittal of Colson for the killing of Scott amounts to the drop ping of all prosecution against him He will not be arraigned on tbe in dictment charging hint with the mur der of Luther Demareeof Shelby ville Ho left Sunday for Middlesboro where his aged mother lies ill Ever have them i 4 Then we cant S tell you any thing about them You know how dark everything looks and how you are about ready to give up Some how you cant throw off the terrible depression Are things really so blue Isnt it your nerves after all Thats where the trouble Is Your nerves are beingpoisoned from the impurities In bloodAYQFZS sarsaparilla purifies the blood and gives power and stability to the nerves It makes health and strength activ ity and cheerfulness This Is what Ayers will do for you Its the oldest Sarsaparilla in the land the kind that was old before other Sarsa parlllas were known This also accounts for the saying One bottle of Ayers is worth three bottles of the ordinary kind tlHiWHl AlltonbO Writ tho Doctor It you bsT any eotnpI1nwhstser- Int dwlra th butcan ponlblr ncilt wit lbs doctor receive prompt r- 21ywhtboutlofl ri1tdX SLiu Dyspepsia I hind dyrpep sin in worst form and tried many medicines found no re tookIrilla and Hoods Pills To great i joy I found relief a cure I am now well and strong MARY E BVRD Olney III SHINKLE CHAPEL KY April 23Notseelog anything from this place for sometime I will attempt to give a few items April showers are making wheat and oats look fine Fat mers are plant ing corn between showers while some are through planting Mrs Sallie James and daughter of Owensboro are visiting relatives III our neighborhood They will return home tomorrow Mr Pender Bennett and family of Pleasant Ridge visited Mr W G Bennett and family Saturday and I SundayRev Dunn preached for us Sunday We were glad to know he was able to be out again Mr William Carson and wife of Beda took dinner at James tiers last SundayQuite a numbr attended tbe wed ding at Mt Herman Sunday night Mr W G Bennett and daughter Mrs Emma Stevens are anticipating a visit with Mr Alvis S Bennett of Louisville in the near future Mr Emmitt Hoover has smiles for allwhom he meets Its a boy born April 15 Mr E G Stewart is on the sick listWith best wishes for Tint RErun LICAN and its subscribers I will close BLUB JAY Great opportunity oflered to good reliable men Salary of 15 per week andexpenses lor man with rig to in troduce our Poultry Mixture and In sect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf IWOlit A sT1TCII IN TIME Nate nine ItnxlieA Tonic new Improved taut jfeniiant taken In early HprlnR nod Pall I re Tontu Chili Dengne nod Malarial Ferer Act on tbe liver tone np the JUMII tletter than Quinine Innrnnteed try It At Prupulntn Me and tOO bottle 39SOt a Our AbsontMlndod Nation And Our Absent Horoos The verses raise a serious questlI and give expression to what is really a reproach to American people Many thousand dollars has been contributed in bis country for the widows and orphans of Tommy Adkins in Eng land It was sympathetic and gener ous but what of the dependents of our own brave soldiers who gave their lives in defense of the flag inI in tbe Philippines Probably hvo tbirds of themen who fell in the cam paigns against the Insurgents or died of disease since the military occupation began left at home dear otei to whose support they contributedif not a wife and children aged parenlsI perhaps in many cases What has been done for them The casuality lists reported from Manila are fortu nately not as long as they used to beI but they still come with regularity and every name represents sorrow andI loss to some American family But no tine seems to inquire If Our Groatost Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha way has so successfully treated chronic diseases that he is acknowledged to profusion method of treatment for Veiicocelc ofknllelorVital Forces Nervous Disorders KidI ney and Urinary Complaints Paraly sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases peculiar to women he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than double that of any other specialist Cases pronounced Hopeless by other physicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him to day fully about your case lie makes no charge for consultation or advice either at his office or by moil Address I Newtcn Hathaway M D 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tf In 1892 the people voted for a change In the four years subsequent they found themselves without a cent of change This year they are content with the change they have in their pockets and wont throw away tbe substance for the shadow again even to please the Democratic party of pessimism Richmond Pantograph Just as Good Vhenevero druggist tells you be has something just as good for coughs colds grip etc as Dr Bells PlneTarHoney he is think ing of bis profits and not of your wel fare Good druggists will sell you what you ask for and you can ask for nothing as good as Dr Bells Pine TarHoney Good druggists sell it m 0 Tbe man who means business adver tises Tbe man who knows his bust ness will advertise in tho way that will do him tbe most good and reach the greatest number of tbe best peo plo who may become purchasers of his goods Ex p Coughed 25 yearsI suflered for 25 yeas with a cough and spent hun dreds of dollars with doctors and forI medicines to no avail until I used DrI Hells PlneTarHoney This rtmedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my lUeJ B Rozell Grants burg III m THE NEW WOMAN Thp FQmalo Argonauts of tho Nlnotoonth Century Strike Hartford Our usually quiet little town was honored by a descent of the female chivalry of the River Green on last Sunday They had heard of our many recent impiovements and so unlike their downtrodden sisters of the mediaeval ages they went en masse to the river and by their for midable numbers boardedand alter a handto band cotfiict captured a boat and all its crew The crew having been brought Into a state of subjection they turned the prow ol their acquisition into the placid waters ot our quiet little stream The slimy denizens of the waters sprang into the wave with sudden fear and the brave old oaks and gnarled beeches rejoiced that the good old times ol the warwhoop and scalp halloo had come again The hawks wheeled screaming into the distance and the wise old owls waked up in their boles in the trees and puking out their heads said who who But the brave crew swept on like Columbus men though like them they looked to see huge sea monsters rise up to devour them lint they cared not for they were on the Path way of Knowledge Our good citizens fearing that the Shawanees were come againbecause they could hear a fearful clamor and see innumerable feathers sticking up asthe boat came round the curve seized their musty firelocks and went to the rivers bunk But when they saw this bright array of female war riors all but a few took to their heels while the waves of the river raged furiously like Homers Simois in sympathy with the beleaguered Tro gans But even these took to flight when a forlorn hope of twenty made a dash at the bank all but poor John McIntyre who was paralj zed by fear One of them said 0 girls weve landed in the Zoological Garden see what a fine specimen Forthwith they nailed him and went uptown to do a little sightseeing- The first thing that they saw was the telephone wires They didnt understand it until one brilliant young scientist uggested that it might be a wire fence to keep the cow from lump- Ing over the moon Which logical explanation satisfied all The next thing they saw was one of our new street lamps They made the unwilling John confess that it was one of the places of deposit of the Bank of Hartford and that the reason it was hung up so high on wires was to keep the cash from being stolen The next thing was one of our store signs They thought they were dead rails to catch hogs with- In the meantime the good citizens having a friendship for John deliber ated how they could deliver him They finally caught a mouse and turned it loose by the court house Then shrieked time timid and stood still the brave in that gallant forlorn hope but only for an instant for with a wild cry of affright they turned loose of John and sprinted to their warship Like the old Argonauts they turned their adventurous bark homeward but alas without their Golden Fleece the specimen The board ot Public Safety is now superintending the erection of shore batteries near the bridgeA TOWNSMAN S a The price of the Evening Post has advanced and we will nqt be able to furnish it to our readers any more for 150 but it will cost 2 50 per y- earORANDMA HA- DCONSUMPTION and I am afraid I have in herited it I do not feel well I have a cough my lungs are sore am losing flesh What shall I do Your doctor says take care of yourself and take plain codliver oil but you cant take it Only the strong healthy person can take it and they cant take it long It is so rich it upsets the stomach But you can tak- eEMULSION SCOFFS It is very palatable and easily digested If you will take plenty of fresh air and exercise and SCOTTS EMULSION steadily there is very little doubt about your recovery There are hypophosphites in it they give strength and tone up the nervous system while the codliver oil feeds and nourishes toe ind 100 ill drugtUti SCOrT BOWNBCl rolmN york USE EHGLE BRAND HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS COZJ3 337 D L D Sanderfur Denver Dam Ky 5 j1TI-IWArIto disap of every expectNRing store under all conditions that your money will ThatmI Early May Specials Brim full of good things for the May selling choice earlyinyouEvery youae Good factory cotton Se p Illeach cotton Be Qnllt lining 4e The boot Cheviot 1c Keep Their Shape It pays to buy good shoes shoes made by makers have a reputation to sustain Such shoes retainHI rdtbeir shape theyre the satisfactory kind Cost you themEl Iiii i IL IaforisNr friends for us May inducements in prices and qual disappJpointment Base It On Worth It isnt business to buy just kind of tailorlogI IInN wo offer you in the Edward Rose Co Chicago IQ tailoring and at prices you can easily r payICARSON ft COII == J- A BUSINESSEDUOATXONcon ceded It li ot nret Important to get your training at the nchool that ttnnd In theveryfront rank he Sryant 8r Stratton easiness College xoTJZsnrxsz33 assx u1 u CZSTT p TELEUKAIIIY ilo4iLiLrILvit2 Q NIIOHTIIANO S eyI PIIIo1 teachere each one a IIIIt hi hib001001 muwhool are prol by Iiuinesi Lou Writleantlfni bout jdvingteetIinunI from gradoate bent poIIIIOI all oyrr the tnited Htateu It occupying OnlItlUlI There lire other choola than our but none that can ottor FIELD SONCOM3 37IiOX X 3=XOrta TRANSFER LINEPETwOJSST 3XA3S3 =c CCA vcn CAU E3AR TPOBD BYO A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Notlco- AtameetiugofPreston Morton Post NO4 the following comrads were selected as committees to arrange for tbe Decoration Day Services at Alexander School House on Wednesday May 30I BennettjJobn C Shaver V M Stewart Thomas Greer and James Ashley Comrades near graveyards will please call on Comrade Louis Guenther Q M and receive flags for their dead comrades graver A program will be out in time to thiw up what will be done on that day P2i 4 G A R Ill weeds grow apace Impurities In your blood will also grow un less you promptly expel them by take ing Hoods Sarsaparilla Hirtlord Telephone and Exchange Company Talk being ctula anti nocessitrI OU should patronizo home folks whore you can your own phones am build our own lines and in talking distance with tile whole county and business generally byonly paying a reasonable runt to the Hartford Telephone and Exchange Coor expensoifHartford Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent Companies I Beit COIWB 8 ropk TwtMUood DM I In time Sold by dranuu fl I The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph CoIN- COlllOKATKD Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Illinois Miss issippi Louisiana and Tennessee and connected by its Long Dittanee line with all principal points in thirtyfive States and Territories is establishing an exchange to secure subscribers in Hartford Beaver Dam Render Sic Henry Centertown and the surround countryThey to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possi blo and make a specialty of furnish ing service to parties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rates and other information may be obtained at tbe exchange over Will- Iams Drug Store Hartford Ky Tho Bost In tho World CoughRemedyfew weeks ago we suffered with a se vere cold and a troublesome cough and having read their advertisements in our own and other papers we pur etlectIus was bestIThe Herald Andersonville Ind For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m II I I I I 1 rtRml ActabcPrcparationfcrAs similating thcroothrndllcgua lingU SIllltthSnndDavt of Promotes ncss and RcstContafns neither Opium Iorphlno nor Mineral NOTNAHCOTIC rcol4IJs4Nz72mrffr14LJmn R4uSIhjtnin Sa4 e IiJJrlJo Iml zm- A Remedy For conslp lion Sour Worms Convulsions Feverish ucss and 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Lord Roberts inaction since the occupation of BloemI fontcin with the solitary exception of the ollalr rear Karee SidinghasI been tbe enormous loss of horses and the exhausted condition ol his menI The loss of horses has already beenI noticed on several occasions but It IsI only through private letters from solI dlers with Lord Robuts army that the British public is learning of the j hardships and privations to which the I men were subjected during the march from the Mooder River to nioemfon tdnIThe commissariat arrangements were so bad that there were when the men watching and fighting went as many as twenty six hours without anything to eat and bivouacked on the open veldt in the pieiclnp night cold in their summer clothing And the transport ntimals dropped dead by hundreds from being over drivenLord Roberts is now receiving a large number of horses but as the Boer activity will compel him to take the field as soon as his cavalry and mounted infantry are remounted the animals fresh from a sea voyage and unseasoned will succumb as the others did before them and the fottbcom ing operations promise to be pushed IrN rug 7Pfnd If your liver la out of order cruising liiliouine Sick Headache heartburn or Connipation take a dote of fjfJOg1 PillsOn retiring and tomorrow your dl goctlve orgniii will be regulated and readybrbron the of others It will bo yours HOODS PILLS are sold bv all incUkiro dealers 25 cts w Box of Colored I Drawing A colleetlnn ol iiliro outliiia- Icturfi bound Into IXO1C form with ihtcti of HMUO W twccn tho truce the plctuni beneath thni aHordlnir drawing liook requires 6 lion heads and I 2cent sump Naval Box Kite hallIIxkilo now to bole tar Thirty Inches lnl1i iris safety f Mill quicklyl fly Every Aincrlcao boy oolit4 one and oIlier pel ulln are luivrotcd flailed tree for 40 lion heads cut Lion Cotlco wrappers and a 2ccnt i fromI ONLY OP corrcn will I It I The grandest ever oltrcdi unbroktn CUFFEI3 tIe It I I VANMKTKII doubt with a vigor quite equal to that with which the pursuit of Gen Cronje and the subsequent movements were cir tied onAs yet nothing of Importance is cpoited from tither side but the lull an not last much longer fur the British and Botrs south of Bloemlni eln nnd ThabiNChu must by this time be so nearly in touch that n col Islon may take place at any moment olloned by some of the mo t tscitlnp dcldents ot the war In connection with the question of the use ol expanding bullets duties the war an officer with Col Ilunir force writing on the subject states that on January 7 last his comn rird vasotdeted to return all the Mark IV Dumdum ammunition in store ned to draw solid bullet cartridge insteml 3e incidentally mentions that in Mil eking Col Baden Powell has notliiii but Mark IV ammunition left Tht admIssion is interesting in view til the outcry against the Doers for u inp the same kind of ammunition which they had captured The British casuilty list lengthens out steadily Deaths from va lous causes number up to April 4 4 029 wounded living at that date 9 53Sj nhirhirg antI prisoners 3 515 Out oi the total of 17081 the officers num ber 1099 To accommodate those who are partial to the use of atomizers in apply lag liquids into the nasal passages for atxrrhal troubles the prnprU tors pre pre HIs LqtM Cream BOm Price needing the spraying tube Is 75 cents Druggists or by wail Tin liquid embodies the medicinal properties of the solid preparation Cream Balm is quickly absorbed by the memo brine anti does not dry up the secre tions hut changes them to a natural and healthy character Ely Brothers S6 Warren St N Y Tho Family Doscribod A Savannah sportsman who recent ly went en a fishing trip up the Savan nah tiver tells a ably of an old darky whom he saw on the bank oi the stream To engage the old man in conversation just for lUll the sportsman called out Whose place is this old man1 lilt Mr Swinnon place was the place Isnt it Yassir putty big place Has Mr Swinnon any children Yassir was the answer he got four head ob daughter but he aint got to sonSavannih Ga New C fb rhlll Picture occasions Best for the Money Try LION COFFEE nnd you will never use pureCoffee II flantcl Clock wu Crayons 1ChIlds BookI ollliOI theInutncttwr7Idore Scclt1lyIThe replybig Coffee Dy ttpreif prrrald for Ito lio- nhodlnd a 2C stamp Frame teatituUy withJI1tI- IIIHICI ldgi beauty and good- tilThteeICr I Alarm Clock ILadles Scissors iLenllIlIlo liven for 35 lion heads and a I Stamp A Bretclass nmr made Juglioh iteel ant extra 2centi IRubber Dressing For 10 lion heads ant a 2cent Length 7 Incliii lull the and Madu ol genuine India rubierllnlfliod Apimptiate for u lai I IompIlugcaia or lor use In the household Game India Similar tn Par chest which has linen Iluyi il In colt tnt rounlrj sinco before the flaunof hiitory The Illus ration shown plan of the game usual countcTS dice and dlcccujs rompanrlnK It A game people CWheadEvery time you buy a E pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else I Dont overlook it I You have bought a certain portion of some article to tibe selected by you from our new Premium Lists I FCW ol Is ic IMPORTANT NOTICE When writing for premiums send your letter In the same envelope or package with the lion heads II more than I S lion heidi are sent you can IlrpIIlulraleaWOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio IFAULT FIN INGMERELVI Unworthy crntsln tho Puerto Rlcnn Matter Obseivc the nature ol the Dtmo cratic afsuilts upon the proposed ac tlon of Congress relative to Puerto Rico How keenly and with what wrathfulness they jimipt upon the Tariff provision of the bill passed by the House oi Representatives With what an assumption of righteous indi nim tlon they seek to tear to tatters the legislation which Is engaging tbe nt tentlon of Congress anti how pains taking in their efforts to wotry the majority When you have waded through the blttcj denunciations with which they have made the circumambient atmos phere look blue do you not recognize the familiar and everscoldlng voice It is the old wrangling vitupera live objector who is always pulling down and never building up The Democratic wail is that a Tarlfl should not be imposed upon Puerto Rico Where in all the dennnclttiot oi that measure is there a suggestiot ofanttiing constructive in its plact Grant that there should be no per matent Tariff wall between Purrtr Rico and the United States and no Republican claims that there should be whit do these Democratic savior 1 their country offer in its plact rhere is crying necessity for provision of some suit for the relief of th itorm swept Spain ridden islanders out the only Idea that has secured absolute possession of our Democratic critics is that a Tariff restriction h that a Tariff restriction is horrible They have only traveled one segment of the circle und Imagine trial they have been clear around The party that seeks to feel its waj toward constructive legislation for ou new island possession the party thai has the courage to march along un trodden paths and blaze the way it denounced by a party that is paralyzec with fear over the necessity for positive action Grant that the Republican party if meeting idth difficulty in all at onc striking upon the absolutely correct policy to pursue in view ol the new- questionathatconfrontus in Heaven name where would we be If the solu tion of these questions were in thr hands of the party that objects bu does not suggest of the party tha1 looks down end does net look upO the party trat fens to go forward anr dares not go backLos Angeles Cal Express Ponl Tolorro Spit aa j Smite Tsar I Iff AnsI Ta quit tobacco easily and forever be roag COLIC full of life nerve nnd river take NoTo toe the wondtrworkf that inaltcn weak men strong All clruKislMeorfl Cure Juarn teed Ilooklet and simple free Address Sterling llemcJy Co Chicago or New York p Tho Proper Response Mama Why did you let Mm kiss youDaughterVell he was so nice be meI haves t I trId you you to say So- DaughterThats what I did say lie asked 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clearof nil morbid cITete matter This poison through thin general elrculaUolIl In tile JOlnhlItIUSCleSaDlI ntrns CAUSlIIgt ne mOSt sncnse RhuumaUslII may attack with Lucll sllll1enness as to make withIn a few t1ays a healthy active person helpless and l cdriclic with distorted limbs and shattered tierveal or It maybe slow in developing slight wandering pains severe enough to make one feel uncomfortable j the ten in eases is to grow woise and finally become Like other blood diseases Rheumatism is often inherited and exposure to damp or cold want of proper food insufficient clothing or anything calculated to impair the health will frequently cause it to develop V III early life but snore not until middle age or later In whatever form acute or chronic inTicrucd Is Strictly a Blood Diseasenail no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble Neither do the preparations of potash anti mercury and the various mineral salts which the doctors always prescribe cure but ruin the 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